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their own obama ambassador is make sure you're not seen in public talking japanese because people have been attacked in restaurants. the situation is volatile. if we see it show up in data is -- >> that's a great point. i'm focused on u.s. companies where china has been -- free degree port, where china has been the momentum -driver so you want to buy -- gm was breaking out last week. i'm thinking, wow, maybe gm is taking share in china. maybe it's just people saying, stock's beat down. >> closer to home this morning, microsoft under scrutiny as the company gets ready to launch windows 8 later this week. many changes are drawn skepticism from analysts and customers, including the removal of the traditional "start" button. one using complaining in "the times" saying, it made me feel like the biggest amateur computer userer. we've heard from the likes of everybody who covers the company saying there is some risk when you change a product so dramatically, as they are with 8, jim, you'll alienate some people who are comfortable with it. >> i've used it. i think it's an exciting product. i allege
by president bush for the first and president obama for the second. the discussion is who will replace the chairman and how much faith can people have on what he says if the fed chairman will leave in early 2014? it makes appointments for now providing continuity to the fed but powell's term erxpires january '13. and duke is another one whose term may be up. if bernanke chooses to stay on, many believe he should do to preserve the independence. there's much for the central bank to discuss. also not a lot to decide. here's some of the things on the table for the fed. something called the treasury cliff. i'm calling it that. operation twist will end and stop long-term treasuries. what does it do when it ends? expectation is that it goes out and buys long-term treasuries in addition to mortgage backed securities. they're debating whether or not to have numerical targets. many members have expressed unhappiness with calendar date guidance. and then guiding market expectations is going to be key for the fed here. how do you calibrate how much qe the fed does with economic data? we used to d
. >> thank you so much. >>> it is tweet time. president obama on "the tonight show" with jay leno last night talking about test driving a chevy volt around the white house. we're asking you guys, what other products do you think the president has secretly tested? tweet us. we've got your responses next. if we want to improve our schools... ... what should we invest in? maybe new buildings? what about updated equipment? they can help, but recent research shows... ... nothing transforms schools like investing in advanced teacher education. let's build a strong foundation. let's invest in our teachers so they can inspire our students. let's solve this. >>> squawk on the tweet on a thursday. the president sat down with jay leno last night revealing one of the quirks of being president. when he said he got to secretly test drive a chevy volt. >> wow. >> brings us this morning to our "squawk on the street" question. >> big giant perk. >> forget air force one. what other products to you think the president has secretly tested. gary writes i heard he tried out donald trump's fact finding home kit. s
in theory at least romney is more pro-business relative to obama. that's good for stocks. it's not that easy. beyond that there's a whole issue of the future of the fed and their commitment to the five-year ranks where they are and under romney that would not be the case. the big thing for us in the election is the bond market. that's highly asymmetric. could be a big loser on romney victory and the stock market has to deal with that even if the risk premium would come down. >> thanks for having us. sounds like jim was listening to the "squawk on the street" discussion we had yesterday on why the romney victory may not be great for stocks. >> cramming in a lot of information in a short period of time. we'll come to you later. you just heard from jim o'neill. still ahead, an exclusive with the man at the head of goldman sachs. that's lloyd blankfein. >> one restaurant stock that's still feeling the love this earning season. we'll talk about panera. for how long can it stay on top of its game? look at those games today. the company's ceo and executive chairman will join us live on cnbc. if we
not like obama will say this was padded by five more planes sold. this one was padded by an error that will be reversed or california counted twice. we're in a weird mode. whatever it said, if it's positive, it's a lie. i'm not buying that. these are good numbers. reverse the market. it's for real. >> good or just not bad? >> not bad. any kind of good news would be welcome right here and this comes under the category of good news. >> better than what we anticipated. better than we saw in the last quarter. maybe we can keep it going although one wonders where we are this quarter already given how much talk there is about the fiscal cliff and everyone pulling back and not like the numbers we've seen although those were third quarter numbers we saw from corporate america but particularly technology where it seems as though spending really did slow. >> september was bad. the u.k. yesterday posted a number of 1%. i was watching when the number came out. there were people high fiving. 2%. that's twice as good as what they did. >> two times the amount of high five. >> romney supporters m
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